She is in the news this time ranting and insulting back at those who lambasted her, a possible attempt to defend her uncivilised fame-seeking tactics.
The actress claims she removed her panties just to educate Ghanaians on how sex scenes in movies are done.
“It’s normal, in life if you have everybody liking you then it means you are not a human being. You don’t have to be liked by everybody.
“I was there to educate Ghanaians on how some sex scenes are being made on tv and unfortunately, some of the viewers took just the short video of when my part was removed. If you insult me, I grow more beautiful, finer, my bank account is still loading.
“Funny enough, when I do something and people are backlashing me, the only people I think about is my family and my man. The more they insult me, he showers more love on me. It is helping me, it is making my relationship tighter”, she wrote.